Sam Marlow+Alon Cohen, Still from “Submerged!” Digital Medium, as part of “Submerged!” presented by Leo Kuelbs Collection, 2014

 

 

Kitzinger Gabor+Alex Hamadey, Still from “Floater,” Digital Medium, as part of “Submerged!” presented by Leo Kuelbs Collection, 2014

Kitzinger Gabor+Alex Hamadey, Still from “Floater,” Digital Medium, as part of “Submerged!” presented by Leo Kuelbs Collection, 2014

Kai Teichert, Images from “The Well,” as part of “The Fountain of Youth Series,” Oil on Canvas, 25”x12”, 2015

Kai Teichert, Images from “The Well,” as part of “The Fountain of Youth Series,” Oil on Canvas, 25”x12”, 2015

Leo Kuelbs Collection

“Autonomous Embrace”

CLOSING PARTY for "Autonomous Embrace"
Saturday, January 9th
5-7.30 pm
Hudson SuperMarket
310 Warren St.

Join us to celebrate the New Year and the closing of "Autonomous Embrace," a three artist show hosted by the Hudson SuperMarket in Hudson, NY! It will be pretty chill, with something nice to drink, an outdoor screening of "Submerged!" and a good chance to visit Hudson, NY, one of NY's coolest small towns!

 

Opening/Open House 5-9 p.m.

Saturday, December 5th2015

Hudson SuperMarket
310 Warren St.
Hudson, NY

 

Curated by:
Kyoko Sato, Doo Eun Choi and Leo Kuelbs

Work by:
Kim Joon, Kai Teichert, Yuki Ideguchi

With a looping projection of “Submerged!”
Work by:
Danielle de Picciotto+Alexander Hacke, Shir Lieberman, Jonathan Phelps and Fabio Fonda, Sam Marlow and Alon Cohen, Nicole Antebi+Laura Ortman, Jim Ellis, United VJs, Kitzinger Gabor and Alex Hamadey
Curated by Karl Erickson and Leo Kuelbs

 

Leo Kuelbs Collection is proud to announce its second collaboration with Hudson SuperMarket in celebration of the annual Hudson Winter Walk.  “Autonomous Embrace” is a selection of video works, painting and charcoal works by a diverse group of artists exploring ideas of identity, as individuals and as parts of the greater human constellation.  Where does decision end and fate begin?  Who are we?  Individuals or reflections of our situation, our time, our context?

Korean artist Kim Joon’s videos employ tattoos as an entry point into the discussion of who we are and who we choose to be, while selections from Kai Teichert’s “Fountain of Youth” program delve into the dynamics of aging.  Yuki Ideguchi’s paintings present visions of commonality/universal humanity, while the seven-piece video+sound projection, “Submerged!” explores the threshold between the conscious and subconscious. 

All of this happens in the former meat locker and its surroundings at the Hudson SuperMarket, which will also be hosting an open house during this classic Upstate event. 

 

For more information:

www.hudsonsupermarket.com

 

Read more about the artists and the curator here.